You know all the reasons to stop smoking. Hypnosis can help you quit—for good.
A study by the University of Scranton, USA, found that participants who experienced only one hypnosis session “smoked significantly less cigarettes” than compared to a “placebo control” group.
Although nicotine is addictive the biggest obstacle is usually the mind. And that’s why hypnosis can be so effective.
How Smoking Affects Your Body
Smokers often think that smoking calms them down. In reality, as Psychology Today notes, ingesting nicotine causes “a discharge of epinephrine from the adrenal cortex, causing a sudden release of glucose.”
Epinephrine (also known as adrenaline) plays a crucial role in the “fight, flight, or freeze” phenomenon that prepares us to escape a perceived threat. Along with the adrenaline spike, your blood pressure also rises, putting you at greater risk for a heart attack. These effects are the opposite of what happens in your body when you are calm.
Smoking, in other words, isn’t calming you down; it’s making you agitated. And being agitated makes you crave another cigarette.
And, as you know, smoking can cause serious health problems over the long-term.
Hypnosis to Quit Smoking
Hypnosis can help you quickly break the cycle. And it can help you feel, and cultivate, that sense of self-control and calm that you’ve been looking for.
The number of sessions needed can vary but my aim is always to help you quit immediately. In our session, I’ll not only guide you into hypnosis, to help you stop smoking straight away, I’ll give you a simple self-hypnosis practice that you’ll be able to do at home any time you feel you need a hypnotic boost.
Sessions are remote, two hours in length. We’ll connect via Zoom. So there’s no rushing to get to your appointment. And no stressful waiting around in a boring waiting room. Instead, you can have your session right from your home.
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Certified Hypnotist, NGH (USA).
I’m a hypnotist, certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, USA. I have over two decades of experience in various mindfulness practices and am the author of two books on personal growth. I work with clients on a range of issues to help them improve their personal and professional lives.
“I truly believe I will look back to my session with Angel Millar as the moment my life changed for the better.”—J. Ferguson, USA.
“Working with Angel was great. I wasn’t sure what to expect for my first experience with hypnosis, but was immediately at ease and comfortable. Angel is a great listener and a calming presence.”—Stephanie Chuang.
“I wasn’t sure what to expect but he walks you through it and makes you feel super comfortable, asking what’s going on in your life, and gets some background information before he really plunges into the hypnosis itself. Overall, it’s just a really positive experience. It just feels really good. It feels really enlightening. It feels like you have a kick-start into the new chapter of your life. And I think that’s kinda what I was looking for.”—Amanda Maiorano.
Disclaimer: Hypnotism is not a form of health care, mental health therapy or counseling, or psychotherapy. Nor is it a substitute for medical treatments or medications. I am not a medical doctor or mental health practitioner and I do not, and cannot, diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure, or heal any physical, mental, or emotional illness (including sexual issues).
As such, I will withhold hypnotic services if a client’s behavior, appearance, or statements would lead a reasonable person to believe that the client should be evaluated by a licensed healthcare professional. Consult a qualified medical or mental health specialist if you suspect that you may have a physical or mental health issue and whenever otherwise appropriate.
Results of any hypnosis session may vary from person to person.